excoriation


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Researchers have documented excoriation occurrence rates in 2% of dermatology patients, 11.
Total colostomy 64 (n 64) Complication Number Percentage Skin excoriation 48 62.
She had been treated for the numerous skin excoriations by her general practitioner and dermatologist for approximately 2 years, although none of the therapies provided a complete clinical result.
The differential diagnosis for PN includes dermatitis herpetiformis, scabies, lichen simplex chronicus, hypertrophic lichen planus, perforating disorders, atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, neurotic excoriations, and multiple keratoacanthomas.
Women are especially prone to these manifestations, representing two thirds of the patients that present to the dermatologist with self-inflicted skin lesions, such as excoriations and pinches (2).
The skin was rugated and erythematous, with no indication of infection or excoriation.
Different methods of self-injury will be discussed including: arm and body cutting, self-inflicted burning, excoriation of wounds, and other serious examples.
The DSM-5 also will include some new disorders, including excoriation (skin picking) disorder and hoarding disorder.
Watching their second-innings surrender in Abu Dhabi was agonising and the widespread excoriation of all of the batters was totally justified.
The lyrics, by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, excoriation, disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do irreparable harm to the plaintiff," TMZ.
After all, it is one thing to be the subject of public criticism, but it's another thing entirely to willingly provide the forum for your own public excoriation.
Common Complications related to stoma were excoriation of skin 58.